When your having a baby one of the important things is what kind of play mat are you going to get? What brand, what functions, and will it include toys and music? Most of all what development will your play mat benefit your baby-toddler. The best place to turn is to Tiny Love!
Gymini My Musical Friends: This gender neutral play mat is full of music and play for endless entertainment for your infant and even toddlers up to 18 months. This particular play mat comes with 7 toys that will stimulate and promotes cognitive development. The toys act as rattles and teethers for infants and then turn to musical instruments for toddlers later. The elephant plays up to 8 familiar children’s melodies: Bach’s Minuet, Row, Row, Row Your Boat, Wheels on the Bus, Alphabet Song and more. Also great to teach cause and effect, if you touch it he will play music. Gymini My Musical Friends is great for cognition, fine motor skills, and senses.
Follow Me Fred: This is such a cute little toy! It says that the recommended ages are 6-12 months but my 20 month daughter really had a fun time chasing it around the house as we were reviewing! This adorable doggy Fred encourages your baby to crawl by moving around the room barking and playing music. Your able to adjust the speed of Fred to the age of your baby. From 6-9 months you can make Fred go in circles around baby, he can go either direction. From 9-12 months Fred will attract babies attention and encourage him/her to reach out and eventually start to crawl. Follow Me Fred promotes fine motor skills, cognitive and emotional abilities.
Tiny Love has so many amazing products for your children from birth to toddler. Be sure to check out their website for more options.
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